BEFORE A COMMUNITY EMERGENCY:
What you need to know and do
Preparing for a natural disaster, an industrial accident or a terrorist attack is a shared community responsibility. Individuals, families, businesses and institutions that get ready before an emergency are more likely to survive it, to reduce the damage it causes, and to recover from it faster and more completely. As a service to the Detroit Jewish community (and other visitors to this website), JCRC has pulled together basic information and resources you can use for getting ready before a disaster strikes.
INFO FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES: Click here
INFO FOR BUSINESSES: Click here
INFO FOR SYNAGOGUES, JEWISH AGENCIES AND SCHOOLS: Click here
WHAT TO DO IN CASE OF... (Click each)
Thunderstorm Winter Storm Floods Utility Outage Fire
Heat/Cold Earthquake Tornadoes Hurricane Terrorism
HAZMAT Shelter in Place
DISASTER MENTAL HEALTH GUIDANCE: (Click each)
DURING A COMMUNITY EMERGENCY OR WHEN ONE IS ANTICIPATED:
This section of the JCRC website will be updated
with timely, pertinent information.